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AIRF General Secretary met Chairman and Members of 7th Pay Commission

AIRF General Secretary met Chairman and Members of 7th Pay Commission – 7th CPC calls for Memorandum on Terms of Reference

AIRF – All India Railway Federation has informed that its General Secretary has met Chairman and Members of 7th Pay Commission and that Memorandum on 7th CPC Terms of Reference has been called for. It was reiterated by Shiva Gopal Mishra, General Secretary AIRF before 7th CPC that lower level staff are not getting legitimate benefits which they deserve. AIRF has also sought for extended time frame for replying to 7th CPC Questionnaire

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All India Railwaymen’s Federation

No.AIRF/405(VII CPC)

Dated: April 30, 2014

The General Secretaries,
All Affiliated Unions,
Dear Com.

Reg.: Meeting with the Chairman, Seventh Central Pay Commission

Today I had an Introductory Meeting with the Chairman, Seventh Central Pay Commission, Hon’ble Justice Shri Ashok Kumar Mathur in the afternoon, Ms Meena Agarwal, Secretary and Shri Vivek Rae, Member, Pay Commission, were also present on this occasion. While offering welcome to Hon’ble Justice Mathur, I explained in brief the peculiar working of the Railwaymen in keeping the wheel of the Indian Railways moving round-the-clock 24X7 in all weathers and climatic conditions as also about their aspirations from the VII CPC. I also told him that the VII CPC has also been established only after the strike ballot conducted by us, but what we find that the lower level staff is not getting legitimate benefits which they deserve.

Ms Meena Agarwal also made a brief mention about the functioning of the Indian Railways and the nature of duties of the Railwaymen.

Hon’ble Justice Mathur assured us that the VII CPC would try to do their best in improving upon various service conditions and wage structure etc. of the Railwaymen and asked us to submit our views in our Memorandum, to be considered by the VII CPC.
Ms Meena Agarwal, Secretary, Seventh Pay Commission, vide her D.O. letter No.7CPC/19/Memorandum/ 12 dated 29.04.2014 has sought our detailed Memorandum to be submitted to the VII CPC by 30th June, 2014.
Apart from the above, I also met Ms Meena Agarwal on 25th April, 2014 and requested her to extend time frame for replying the Questionnaire relating to VII CPC.

Further development in the matter shall be advised to you promptly. With fraternal greetings!

Comradely yours.
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

Read Letter dated 29.04.2014 of 7th CPC addressed to AIRF

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